Donald R. McClarey

She Should Have Tried Moonwalking

  Not The Babylon Bee:   A Virginia state employee has complained that her eighth-grade daughter was upset during a tour of the historic governor’s residence when first lady Pam Northam handed a ball of cotton to her and another

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Donald R. McClarey

The Fugitive Slave Law Effect

    In the 1850s anti-slavery sentiment grew rapidly in the Northern states.  There were many factors for this, but perhaps the most important was the fugitive slave law.  People who had tried to ignore slavery as best they could,

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Donald R. McClarey

Last of the Escapees Passes

Everyone here in this room is living on borrowed time. By rights we should all be dead! The only reason that God allowed us this extra ration of life is so we can make life hell for the Hun. RAF

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Ben Butera

What Caused the Cause?

“What caused the cause?” is a common question asked by problem solvers and there is a relating concept in problem solving theory known as Toyota’s Five Whys. The “five” in the name represents how far one may need to dig

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Cardinal Pell

PopeWatch suspects that a grave injustice has occurred in Australia to Cardinal Pell, one of the key players in the struggles in the Vatican during the current Pontificate.  George Weigel at National Review Online has a good post on what

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Anne Line

I am sentenced to die for harbouring a Catholic priest, and so far I am from repenting for having so done, that I wish, with all my soul, that where I have entertained one, I could have entertained a thousand.

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